Toun Okewale Sonaiya
‘We want improved women’s participation in the fight against Covid-19’
With a population of over 200 million people taking into consideration available resources to government and our level of preparedness, I will say we’ve fared fairly.
Okewale-Sonaiya Commends Abiodun On 50 Percent Inclusion
CEO, Women Radio 91.7, Toun Okewale Sonaiya, has applauded the Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun over his recent declaration that his cabinet will have up to 50 percent women representation.
Women Radio congratulates Buhari, urges improved women’s representation
CEO of Women Radio 91.7, Toun Okewale-Sonaiya has congratulated President Buhari on emerging victorious in last month’s presidential elections...
Stop Allowing People Pay You With ‘Exposure’, Women In Media Urged
Women in media have been urged to be willing teachers and students and to ensure they get compensated for the work they put in at the Women in Media hangout organised by the Women In Media Development Initiative. The maiden Lagos edition which held in Ikeja with women from media across the board including print,…
Women want more elective slots in 2019
As the 2019 general elections draw near, some organisations across the country, including Women Radio FM 91.7, Nigerian Women Trust Fund (NWTF), Women In Politics Forum (WIPF) and others have advocated for gender equality in political participation.
Nigerians speak: What we want the government to do for us this year
My biggest expectation for 2018 is to have a business focused thriving economy. We’ve read and heard of the various economic recovery policy implementations but it’s pertinent to start seeing the results of these reforms on our dining tables....